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A set of ethical standards for international volunteer tourism. The standards are focused on promoting Fair Trade Learning (FTL) principles in the management and operation of volunteer programs.
Resources and declaration to promote appropriate short-term volunteer engagement in public health.
Data to discover differences between practices and preferences in short-term medical missions and suggested ways to be more responsive to the communities they serve.
Repair the World's standards of practice for immersive Jewish service-learning (IJSL) programs to identify best practices in program design and implementation.
A one-stop source for all those interested in understanding the role of images in today's world. Includes essays on: Humanitarisim, Children, Development, Empathy, Refugees, Trauma, War, and Witnessing.
Through a network of educational institutions and community organizations, The Collaborative advances ethical, critical, and aspirationally de-colonial community-based learning and research for more just, inclusive, and sustainable communities.
Go-to guide before and during global service/volunteer trips. Use these four guiding principles to ensure that you avoid the erosion of dignity and respect the right to privacy while documenting your experiences abroad.
Examples of what not to do when posting on social media about volunteering and working in developing countries
Judith Lasker (OLAM member) offers a comprehensive assessment of global health volunteering, based on research into how it currently operates, its benefits and drawbacks, and how it might be organized to contribute most effectively.
A set of standards for volunteer-sending agencies involved in facilitating international volunteer placements. The Code is based on a vision of volunteers working in solidarity for a just, equitable, and sustainable world. It aims to promote responsible international volunteering.